South Africans no longer required to wear face masks

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JOHANNESBURG – Government has done away with the remaining COVID-19 regulations.

The rules on wearing masks indoors and the limitation on public events and gatherings have all been repealed.

Health Minister Joe Phaahla published the latest amendments in the Government Gazette this evening.

READ: Pupils to continue wearing masks in classrooms

Phaahla’s decision follows a meeting of the National Coronavirus Command Council, which weighed in on whether the remaining COVID-19 regulations were still relevant.

Phaahla and Minister in the Presidency Mondli Gungubele, are set to brief the nation at 11 o clock on Thursday morning.

 

 

 



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